New Hyundai i10 makes initial impression to justify small car's big billing

Discussion in 'Hyundai i10' started by sjmmail2000-247, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. The letter "i" has great significance in the motoring world. It first came to prominence as a boot-lid indicator that the engine of the car in front had fuel injection. A couple of decades ago, company reps were said to be particularly proud of this bit of oneupman-ship because some considered that it also stood for "important".
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    sjmmail2000-247, Mar 21, 2008
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    Bob Adkins Guest

    Wonder if the impressive 56mpg are US or UK? If UK, that means it
    would get ~67mpg, no?
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    Bob
     
    Bob Adkins, Mar 24, 2008
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    Vineeth Guest

    That mileage is indeed very impresive. The i10 made it's debut in
    India but it may have a diffrent powertrain since the mileage isn't so
    high there, Oh wait a min they give km per litre to be around 20
    (actual user figures) So when you convert to MPG I guess it kinda
    evens out ..
     
    Vineeth, Mar 29, 2008
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  4. Err...ummmm that is 47.31 miles/US Gallon
     
    Neville MADDEN, Mar 30, 2008
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    Vineeth Guest

    I am not very certain this buddy of mine is a frugal driver. I
    remember on a bike which advertised 100 kmpl & the average Joe would
    get around 70 min this dude never got more than 55. Of course those
    figures where in college, & hopefully he has matured ;)
    Bottom line the figures of 56mpg could be realistic :)
     
    Vineeth, Apr 1, 2008
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